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GRE Essay Topic 952 - The following memo appeared in the newsletter of the West Meria Public Health Council. "An innovative treatment has come to our attention that promises to significantly reduce absenteeism in our schools and workplaces. A study reports that in nearby East Meria, where fish consumption is very high, people visit the doctor only once or twice per year for the treatment of colds. Clearly, eating a substantial amount of fish can prevent colds. Since colds are the reason most frequently given for absences from school and work, we recommend the daily use of Ichthaid, a nutritional supplement derived from fish oil, as a good way to prevent colds and lower absenteeism. " Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.

Effects of Ichthaid on absenteeism Score: 5 October 15th, 2016 by
The writer of the newsletter has concluded that the absenteeism in schools and workplaces will reduce significantly if pepole use Ichthaid- a supplement derived from fish oil to prevent the cold. H... Read more
No title Score: 4.5 July 9th, 2016 by
The argument states that increasing the consumption of fish related products would lessen the chances of catching a cold, which would lower the number of people absent at workplace or schools. It ... Read more
fish and cold Score: 5 May 28th, 2016 by
There are some questions that need to be answered for the assertion to be valid enough. Let me take them in turn to make it clearer. The first assumption in the argument is that the negative cor... Read more

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public Score: 2 August 6th, 2015 by
In the above reccomedation, according to report,The area nearby East Meria,where fish consumption is very high,people visit the doctor once or twise per year for treatment of colds.So,from this rep... Read more
No title Score: 3 July 19th, 2015 by
The argument concludes that Ichthaid,a nutritional supplement derived from fish oil can prevent cold and reduce absenteeism.The argument is supported by data from the survey in east meria and assum... Read more
No title Score: 4.5 March 26th, 2015 by
It seems unnecessarily presumptive that the Health Council should suggest the residents to eat fish oil based on the fact that there is lower percentage of people getting cold in East Meria where p... Read more
No title Score: 6.5 May 9th, 2014 by
This article claims that consuming nutritional supplement which derives from fish could prevent absenteeism in schools and workplaces. However, it relies on some unsubstantiated assumptions which r... Read more
absenteeism Score: 5 April 29th, 2014 by
The author's line of argument is not very convincing. He has not been able to give logics for his reasons. In other words, the statement has lots of loopholes since the author is drawing conclusion... Read more
West Meria Public Health Council Score: 5 April 24th, 2014 by
The author from West Meria Public Health Council recommends its residents to take nutritional supplement made from fish oil on daily basis and predicts that it will reduce absenteeism of workplaces... Read more
Using fish does not ensure lesser absenteesim Score: 5 April 25th, 2013 by
Author rightly says that cold is among the most frequently given reasons for being absent from schools and workplaces. And an inventory medication can keep public away from the reach of concerned d... Read more
analysis of an argument Score: 4.5 January 22nd, 2011 by
the argument presented concludes that in order to curb absenteeism from schools by the students, they should be recommended daily use of ichthaid, which is anutritional supplement derive from fish ... Read more
Argument: Fish Oil Score: 5.5 August 1st, 2010 by
The memo suggests that the residents frequently take Ichthaid, a kind of fish oil nutrition, that can decrease their absenteeism. While the evidence of the suggestion may be reliable, the reasoning... Read more
Is overeating is a cause of heart attack!! Score: 2.5 April 3rd, 2010 by
The given argument contains a report of a health newsletter. According to which overeating may be a cause of heart attack.On the basis of a survey of 2000 people, experienced heart attack,158 of th... Read more
Health Score: 4 July 26th, 2009 by
The author claims that use lchthaid, which is a derivation of fish oil, could prevent colds-the most frequently reason for absences, and then reduce the absenteeism in West Meria. To support this c... Read more
prevent cold and absenteeism Score: 5 July 22nd, 2009 by
In the given argument,the authors suggests the use of Ichthnaid,a nutritional supplement derived from fish oil,for students and office-goers in West Meriam as he/she feels that it will help reduce... Read more
Reducing absenceeism by fish food Score: 4 June 5th, 2009 by
The newsletter article announces about a new way to reduce absence rates in schools and workplaces. The new method depends on increasing fish elements in the food to prevent cold. I find this claim... Read more
The argument of Nature’s way Score: 5 May 11th, 2009 by
In this memorandum, the vice president of Nature?™s Way suggest that they should build new store in Plaisville, because of the report of Plainsvill merchants, the increasing members of local health... Read more
No title Score: 3 April 15th, 2008 by
The conclusion of the memo is that they recommend the daily use of Ichthaid to prevent cold and lower absenteeism. I find there are several fallacies in this memo, and the conclusion may be worng.... Read more
consumption Score: 5.5 August 24th, 2007 by
At first appearance, the argument seems logical and well presented. Yet, after further scrutiny, I maintain that it contains several facets that are problematic, and simultaneously I will demonstra... Read more
How should lchthaid prevent colds? Score: 5 August 12th, 2007 by
In the memo above the author recommends daily use of lchthaid to prevent colds and lower absenteeism, which seems a bit ridiculous without sufficient evidences and experiment data. First of all,... Read more
No title Score: 3.5 August 10th, 2007 by
The author argues that we can prevent colds and lower absenteeism though taking Ichthaid, a nutritional supplement derived from fish oil, everyday. He gets his conclusion basing on the fact of near... Read more
The following memo appeared in the newsletter of the West Me Score: 5 July 17th, 2007 by
The argument presented above is not entirely convincing and leaves space to many questionable issues. West Meria Public Health Council makes a number of unsubstantiated assumptions and overlooks m... Read more
eating lchthaid to prevent cold Score: 4 March 16th, 2007 by
The author advises that the teachers and workers should eat lchthaid everyday so as to reduce the absenteeism and prevent colds. To justify the conclusion the arguer points out that eating a great ... Read more
No title Score: 3 February 13th, 2007 by
A new treatment appeared in the newsletter of the West Meria Public Health Council got the attention that claims to reduce the chances of getting sick, and consequently stop absenteeism in our scho... Read more
Absenteeism in West Meria Score: 4 December 3rd, 2006 by
The memo claims that an innovative treatment has come to our attention that promises to significantly reduce absenteeism in our schools and workplaces by citing study in East Meria. This claim is u... Read more

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